This was great. I roasted 1 pear and 1 honeycrisp apple and replaced the tomatoes with a red pepper (that's what I had on-hand). I used 2c fresh apple cider 1c coconut milk and 1c chicken broth for the liquid - this really bumped up the flavor! It also needed to be spiced up - I added cumin coriander cayenne and ginger. Next time I think I will roast the vegetables with the seasonings. Although the cheese sounds great I'm on a no-dairy diet so I substituted roasted walnuts and homemade garlice croutons - YUM!
Very good. I liked the fact that it used fruits and veggies that came into my local farm market at the same time. I found I had to roast the mixture a little longer to bring out the roasted taste as my tomatoes and pears were very juicy. Anonymous Chicago IL
Very good! Made the house smell great while I was roasting. Easy. Basically just cutting up veggies and pears. First time I used stilton cheese. Wow if you like blue cheese this stuff is great. Creamy! Expensive but a little goes a long way. Anonymous pa
I made this for the first time and used my butternut squash and pears from our garden and used vegetable broth. Instead of roasting in the oven due to time constraints and turntable motor in convection oven worn out I microsteamed the vegetables in my Tupperware 3 qt stack cooker til tender then pureed them in my Champ HP3 blender on speed 10 for one cycle (awesome machine) and heated in the microwave instead of stove top (don't have one that works) and turned out very well. I used Gorgonzola cheese. I thought it was pretty tasty and my picky daughter even liked it. My son and husband like anything that isn't nailed down or still moving but they liked it. I would make it again. It's fairly easy to make.